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Duke Energy (DUK) finally decides to retire its Crystal River Nuclear Plant in Florida, which...

Duke Energy (DUK) finally decides to retire its Crystal River Nuclear Plant in Florida, which has been offline for over three years after a crack occurred in the outer layer of the containment building's concrete wall. Duke is considering building a natural-gas plant to replace Crystal River. The utility will receive $530M from its insurer, which will also pay customers $835M, adding to the $305M it has already dished out to them.
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  • Killer454
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    That plant was part of the Progress Energy acquistion by DUK.
    5 Feb 2013, 04:21 PM Reply Like
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